We were retained after a married man, from Haiti, had his petition for lawful permanent residence denied by USCIS. His wife, a United States citizen had filed the petition without the help of an attorney the first time. We attended the second interview with the couple but the officer still had some doubts about the marriage and asked for further evidence. Once we submitted the required evidence we waited several months, and attended several infopass appointments. We eventually received a new date for a third interview. We prepared for the interview by continuing to gather an abundance of documents and photos to prove the bona fides of the marriage. We attended the interview at the Oakland Park, USCIS field office and met with an officer to review their marriage case for the third time.